Purity:99% above

Germination Rate:85%above

The Siberian elm is usually a small to medium-sized, often bushy, deciduous tree growing to 25 m tall, the d.b.h. to 1 m; the bark is dark gray, irregularly longitudinally fissured. The branchlets are yellowish gray, glabrous or pubescent, unwinged and without a corky layer, with scattered lenticels. The winter buds dark brown to red-brown, globose to ovoid. The petiole is 4–10 mm, pubescent, the leaf blade elliptic-ovate to elliptic-lanceolate, 2-8 × 1.2-3.5 cm, the colour changing from dark green to yellow in autumn.

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